Live, Work, Travel
A variety of housing, dining, transportation, and travel resources significantly contribute to creating a good quality of life for Yale students.
Whether you want to know more about the undergraduate college system or are a graduate student looking for on- or off-campus housing, Yale has a housing option to fit your needs.
Yale’s various dining halls serve an assortment of foods geared to meet diets of all kinds. And if you’re in the mood for something new, try one of the many fabulous restaurants our city has to offer. Home to great food trucks, ethnic cuisine, and nationally-renowned pizza, New Haven is a great place to indulge in all sorts of flavors.
Students at Yale work to support their education, earn spending money or gain experience in their field.
Whether you’re looking for ways to get around New Haven or travel beyond the Elm City, these transportation options will help you get to your next destination safely.
Whether you are traveling abroad or conducting international activities on campus or off, the resources below provide information and tools to plan for your safety. Be sure to register your group or individual travel with the Yale Travel Registry so that the University can contact you in the event of a major emergency.
A variety of computing resources are available to students through Yale ITS. To find assistance, visit the Student Support link below and find the ITS contact(s) assigned to your school. The Student Technology Collaborative also provides free technology and computing support to undergraduate and many graduate students.
Official University Events
Events like Commencement bring the University together to celebrate student achievement and Yale traditions.